John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the SE2 rumors coming back (again), and this week’s Security Friday.
Google’s Project Zero security team found multiple Intelligent Tracking Prevention flaws in Safari that let users be tracked anyway.
Google’s Project Zero security team found a LastPass bug that exposed user credentials on a website they previously visited.
Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss iOS vulnerabilities as weapons, and the slow success of Watch.
Apple just released a statement about the iOS exploits that Google’s Project Zero found, to allay fears that customers may have.
Google’s Project Zero security team recently announced that some malicious websites have been hacking iPhones.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to talk about what you can do about the Capital One data breach, and iOS bugs.
Google’s security team Project Zero recently found six “interactionless” iOS bugs. If sold on the black market they would be worth over US$5 million.
According to the researcher, four of the six security bugs can lead to the execution of malicious code on a remote iOS device, with no user interaction needed. All an attacker needs to do is to send a malformed message to a victim’s phone, and the malicious code will execute once the user opens and views the received item.
The flaw lets a hacker make changes to a file without informing the operating system.
He says that Apple works to patch iOS bugs, but doesn’t work to fix the underlying issues that contribute to these bugs